Take exceptional artisan cheeses and pair them with a cadre of chefs from prominent local restaurants, and the results are bound to be exciting, enticing, and all-around enjoyable, as we learned at California's Artisan Cheese Festival's Grand Tasting and Best in Cheese Competition. Click through to get inspired by our favorite cheese-packed bites from the event.
There's nothing better in the morning than a warm, gooey cinnamon roll, but traditionally these pastries take forever to make, thanks to yeast and rising time. Skip the overnight process and try our recipe for cinnamon rolls, which taste just as good as the original but only require 30 minutes of time from start to finish. We promise they're so good, it'll be hard to stop at just one.
It's still officially Spring, which means you can still enjoy the bounty of fresh fruits that sweeten up the season. Just like with peak Spring vegetables, enjoying these treats can be as easy as taking a juicy bite, but we've rallied together five recipes that highlight each fruit's delectable essence.
This salty-sweet, Passover-friendly treat is colloquially referred to as chocolate matzo crack, and for good reason. In the process of making this batch, my roommates and I kept coming back for bite after indulgent, snappy bite, despite our best intentions toward moderation. Delighted as they were to share in this addictive toffee, by round four of "just one more bite," they were cursing my name. So proceed with the recipe at your own risk: you've been warned.
Dangerously buttery, salty, sweet, and crisp, this candy requires no candy thermometer or other special equipment, unlike the majority of toffee- and brittle-like creations. Yet somehow it magically mimics the best toffee, thanks to the light texture and snap the matzo imparts. So if you're feeling daring, and particularly if you have a crowd to share it with, whip up a batch.
Regardless of your religious inclinations, it's impossible to ignore the warm revelation that is a good matzo ball soup. Referred to by many as "the Jewish penicillin," matzo ball soup is known for its cold-curing properties — and no one can attest to this more than the folks behind the Carnegie Deli. This midtown Manhattan institution, which has been open for 75 years, serves up a whopping 1,500 matzo balls daily! Find out the secrets to making a great matzo ball (hint: it's all in how you roll it!), and keep watching for the recipe.
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Sure, sandwiches from the grocery store don't exactly have a reputation for being the tastiest kind. Make that a sandwich from a grocery store that used to be a gas station, and you might want to run the other way. But Nancy shows how one turkey club sandwich from Pensacola, FL, might just change your mind.
Sometimes, sandwiches taste better when they're totally unexpected — for instance, served at a grocery store in an old gas station in Florida. Equally unexpected: finding forgotten, six-month-old photos on my laptop that are making my mouth water all over again.
See the pictures — and more — when you keep reading.
Is it just us, or are appliances some of the last items to ever get cleaned? It's easy to overlook them when focusing on surfaces, but they deserve a deep scrub, considering all the use they get. Make it easier to tackle the task now that you're in Spring-cleaning mode thanks to these items made especially for refrigerators, ovens, and more. Did someone say spick and span?
You can never go wrong with a basic salmon recipe, if you ask us. For a fast and fresh meal, check out this dish by GraceDickinson that's topped with a tasty creamy dijon sauce.
My go-to salmon recipe. Quick, healthy, and delicious.
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